04:35AM, Monday 18 November 2013
The calendars are the brainchild of Ron Lewandowski from Windsor and Eton Rotary Club and are being sold by charities and community organisations to raise funds.
They cost £5 and have 24 windows - with a prize on offer behind each window to holders of the calendars with the lucky number.
Calendar holders can visit www.windsorandetonrotary.org.uk daily to check their numbers and could win prizes ranging from trees and decorations to a holiday in a private villa.
More than 200 prizes worth more than £9,000 are available.
You can get the calendars at the following venues: the Save the Children and British Heart Foundation shops in Peascod Street, Windsor; Age Concern headquarters at the Spencer Denney Centre, Park Corner, Dedworth; at the Mencap dinner in Windsor Guildhall on Friday, November 29; Windsor Boys School and Rowing Club; Windsor Girls School; the Castle Hotel, Windsor; Royal Borough council offices, Rotaract Clubs, and from local businesses who have donated prizes.
They are also available from scouts and guides in the Windsor area - including the fair at the Maidenhead Road headquarters on Saturday, November 30, from Rotaract club and Windsor Operatic Society members.
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